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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma TUma    Served at Woodard’s were made ll D    SL    CnfF^a    Pa    Handsoipe Present I nose DiSCUIlS with Sovereiim Baking Powder. U* r . I Ct l/UTlSC VU. with Every Can r Sovereign Baking WaTHEI FOKFUST: Tomorrow Fair. THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY TEHPERATURE TODAY: At T p. •    .    A5 VOLUME 2ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13, 1906 NUMBER 229 [soc on the ■ INDORSE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES Big line of    Cluetl    dress    ^ shirts, winter styles, will close j| out in the next few days at • your choice only    | Arrow Brand collars, any style, each IOC Boh tJuiiuiung'* Wecine'^duy nioruing returned from Ardmore’ where Tue.sdav night he utumEh'd la meeting of all the Kepuhlican exeeulive cuiuiuittetmien for ti)o jChiekiisaw nation. Mr.' f.’um i mings is the committe'eiimn fee j this district At this caucus I. ' state>, indor.'^etnent> wt^re fimde as follow" for Southern Bisti let officers- Judge, llosea 'Town I send; attorney, James K. Mum* jphreys, B.C. Mar^haU B. ll Oolh-Jert. These indorsement^ were madeafU'r the various party clubs of the district had taken action showing large majorities for the above named candidate^. cording to custom, tile territoriu! exe<*utive committee wdl) ratify Slid adopt the ai’tion thUM taken ! tile coimnitteeinen of tin-southern Eiistnet W. IV .lohnson, the prc^eni S. Attorinw .sent in his f-o-ie i! resignntion to tak»'    ut    on    i    . : Iii- tt'ni was to .'\vnre .Ian. I Mini his action will ha>l»ai tin polntnieuf of a -.a *4*ssor. y '. »lohi*"OD iJiiide public no reason for th«* resignation Race Troubles In Farmers Union. Guthrn\ Ok., Dec 13—Th.‘ TerritAirial man«gem<*nt of tlie Farm* rs Union of .Ameri<»a, | which ha- 75,CHU) member^’ in Ok lahoriiu and Indian T'erritory alone, has decided to admit ne gr<i farno'rs as mcmlH‘rs, and at Pay-on aad Karlboro 20t> negro fain ers Lincoln and Pottiiwaf* omic Counties hav»» loined the! organisation. Protests have been filed by the white farmers id* .several <:ounlie.s, but the r eglues continuo to ioin, notwithstai I'og’ the tlreateni^d withdrawal ofj nwin*r«Mis w’hiu* farmer.s. Ready To Run Again. tiKlaiionia('ify. Dec. 13. Unole’ Biol '.tss rn »de hi'^ usnal ! nonin • ut h»*rc th-it hti will *»e a cand I v-' for noeiin itioii for <• »n-' cr* I til* d*‘iiUM t.itic ti< N I ig.H-: ii - s •=»’ a Ie' h s the op P •i'L’ Wn IMMEDIATE AND c rrrccfc I) DISTINCT dUllUJLJ Scott-Hoard Co. AND •    I Ladies Home lounia falleins COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. D. S. ATTORNEYS MOST ENFORCE aKINS LAW HEADINGS ON STATEHOOD QUESTION ONNECESSARY Alike th* y have met with an nuUiusiustic welf-oine by th** fiubtic. Alik** they lit int»» the economy of the hour. ,MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY ’ 'fhe patt('iii i" n«'w, practical, wiiisoniel.y presenu?ci— di-tinctly an iinprovemeiit over th - best heretufor. and at the right priec. ro*A The store is new also; bright, attractiv*% hroacl-gmige and liberal in i>olicv; active, clever and roteoareeful in management, with the willingness and abilit.y to ell gc»od meiehandiso ci.cup decidedly .^n ?ii)pr vvem('iit-'0”er everything hereabout- lt’sagn»at combination. The Kight Partem for the rtest Stor** The Bight St<»re for the Itcsf. PMttern. Scott-Hoard Co ADA. INDIAN TKRRH()I<N TKe Big CasH Store Your .Monev's Worth or Your Atonev BaLk. Ua>Liin«t<)n.    I-’*. Ti' Beusi Will list '' '' of Imoii <pM*"lion l»ehiie lh** heli l.i.N rt'cc"s atvording t » the plan for cau^ U" ui.e- : wnn'l lh* •gc through tl't* Hou-e i>ili iiiM> h been m cidt d that htMinngs on th*' stHtei»**od question an* nnneces" Washington, ive    Attor Bey General Moody Iti'^ .'*ent a circular letter to all the United State- District attorneys, eighty-five in RUBQber, direi’ting them lo vigorously enf*^rce the provi-ions of the Kikins act against rebate" Mild discrimination" of all kinds c.arriers. The na'lhovl of pro ceeding F-uggest**d is by way of | indictinent". It is expect-ed this letu.'r will result in the prompt investigation of all complaints made of discriminations by carriers, follow<'d by indictments where the evidence warrants. The detmrtnient itself it is stated, has investigated tlioroughly all cases of discrimination brought toils attention, bul it ha.s not the facilities for a prompt investigation of the dis- inulated ye^b'iday The preci-** -ary manner in which -iai“ho**d i- » ■ Ih» granted lo th*' four ten itoi-*^ s rriiLit.T*,T<Ary pra*Ta*.**- ad over the ''ill be set forth ii: w! it i- known court'-y Hid ii n> h**en ft'lt thai J's tile Hanult «n 'Ti UK'SC ase- wt f4 of .. t'.aturethat I'be plan Uu .st ii* h**.*d legi.-l *• could K -afelv e* iT'us' -I »o the lion will h* m.Kie spveitic al .* Ivepuhlican caucus of member r U. S Commiskionrrs Court ar \Uor- disc»-eti a; .y I .V I) n**ys Meriwethe^ Sentenced VVs,siung? n..    |    i;;    >hd- shipmar. Mer.wrtncr was y»*ster-day "E'ntenceu ’-*• i unLnemeut to the limits cl fl.e Naval Academy^ for a period of o»ie \»Mr. *ind to be publicly repriii’ inded tiy the sec ret a y of Bk Na.y. J'his i." the resiiU 1*1 th'* '**ce2U A'ourl mart-'ii. gf**wmg tiat oi the ’»V* duo-la.v Judge T'allH>tt‘-» ourt wa- ‘ hug full **f *riminal in,-in*'.* Si .huues Wiiov, th«*n**gro burglar w ho brok*' into    A    Harrison    s store, wa." held to await action of th'- grand jury. Bond <*1,000. Up lo I're— hotir no ^Hindstiiim hail a))peared. F. Hrowneii, wiio liv**" iu*ar of tile House', I J;'d t\>r Thur-day aft4'rn*«*n oi' *'v. nmg Thi^ eoinmith'** **n t»*i **iU)nos vvi I Mify't in lh** iJi**rn ne and iM?rf»'cl | Uonw:i>. gave two^hO’* iionds nir the oil], Ia.» wiiiiMi si' minorap|v«*ar.tnce in whi-kt*y cast?-, amdiidniont.s wiil ne made ut the ’suggestion of loh'gab'- from 4* rn PAUL W. ALLKN. Livery. Feed and Sale Stable Horses Lioarded b\‘l )«.iy ah-We.'k Satisfar-tion Guaranteed.    lh*sr    o‘    s»*r    ic*. Allen Livery Barn S<TUth T'own-endiAve,,    Phone    t^4 fight iron ti e ♦b* .> of which | Midshipujiii. BihucL died Have VOL seer the iuodern cooking wondo:    "A    \V*H)dtird Hdw Co -, .store. '*<jn<e »n any day thl-week.    ut    227. ;t)hlfthoma sunt liere for the pur-IKwe Th** bill, liowever, will not Ix' re}*ort**d to the llu*is** until .ifler the *'au<‘Os a ti*ii Ih'si*!*''" tle**idiiig 'IM its provisions it i" (In* I* ai :har the terms of a rule shall U' agreed upon :iJa Ab Keene of Fr ineis pleaded |guP.t.\ lo • ariying E'oncealed weapon and was fined Sat). John Roberts, eharged vvi th adultery with his .sU'pd.iughh'r near BcTw'e, is this aftc'rri<Hm hav ing hi.s preliminary^ examination. Don't fail to .se*:? “Female Masonry" Fri*iay night hy the ladies *>f the t K K. *S.    tt    22m BOSTON DEMOCRATIC MORE INTERVENTION FOR ROOSEVaT IN THE ORIENT BY A BIO PIORALITV BoHtoM, .Mass. Doc. i;>. The| Democrats were victoriou.s in Bolton Tue*jday, electing former Congrea,*4man John F. Fitzgerald mayor over three o tiler candidates. Fitzg*?rald’s plurality over his nearest competitor, Louis A. Frothinghum, Kepublic’in speaker of the Massachusett*". House of Representatives, was 8,380. The vote for mayor follows: John F. Fitzgerald, (Dem) 44,31 (J; Louis A. Frothington, (Hep) 3r>.93(»; Henry S. Dewey, (Ind. iii'p.) 11,637; James A. Watson, fC/itizen ani Ind. Dem ) 515. The vote was unusuall.v lienvy for a cit.v election, more than fl2,-600 vote.s boing cast tmt of a total registration of 114,000. f oraker Menn?; It. Wiishingtuii, Dtu;. 13. Senator Foi’aker is thorough^ • sincere in hi.s deter rn I.nation to stnk** out of the Fleveridge stuU.hoixi bill the sections regarding Arizona and New Mexico. He declares it i.s an outrageoQH proposition to include them aid in-*istsoii the segregation so that tlkUiioma and Indian Territory will nave a fair chance. She Wants The Money. VVa.shingPm, Dec. 13.—A peti lion from *'x Queen Lilioukalani a-king f u tin* [layment of $K>, 0')<k000 to h(*r was t ida.v proscn P'd to Pl*' .*• fiab Ivy V^ice Pres* ident Fairbanks. Washington, lh'* lo. -Homer’ B. Hulbert, tlu* .special ma'^sen*! ger from the Fiiupnror of Korea, is in receipt of a «:ablt-gram from Korea, in which the Kmporor declares that flu* agreement l>e tween Korea and .lapan is null fm<l void because it was obtained by force. Ile also Jociare.s that he will never .sign this agreement in the prc.s('nt forrn ;uid that the disturbance.- which itLonded the “outrage” of N*vv 17 are likely! to occur again.    * Mr. Mulht'rt says Iii*.' object of the cablegram is to <Hsavow any acquiescE'iu' in the -E*-called argument and to cull attention toj the clause in tho tr*'at.v betw’een; the IJiiitod ^States md Korea in which tho United States promised to Use its good ofliees in case Korea were ojipre.ssod or wronged. A Heavy Haul. I>eputy (Tiapman Tuesday night' brought in a large delegation of prisoners arrested in the vicinity of Maxwell upon indict* ments for various minor offense.s. Their names are: Albert Bu chanan, Byons Sweat, Hon Copeland, Arthur Covington, John Ram bo, Claud McGuirt. Guy, Frank Powell, Joe Hack-aby, Bud Carson Most of tin* parties are making bond today. Royal Arch Masons D. D L<‘ach, grand lecturer Royal An*li Masons, is in the city to lecture to the local chapt»^r His jurisdiction is the grand chapter c<*m])osing Oklahoma and Iiuiian Territory, rhisishi.s annual visit. The gfiml chapter f*)r Hie two territories wi’l meet in .Adane.xt year and tlu? local chapU'r will exemplify the work. C. J. WARREN <a CO.. Jewelers ^*1^ Opticians Kv*';« L’str.i fr»'. Mv .a , »*vp, n « n-t tj lai't V i/J*our«1 •ll Mu uitK’o ira*' It's "I imi lf ii, st A* E.I    S’    VI    "’••I    ii    I*,.    I    *U». C. J. WARREN <a CO. IS DAYS ONLY oflf *)ii all Tailor Mmic Snits WKttUKtKKKtKKKtKtKtKtltUKKKI ^    Misfits CHitWOOd, Th«^^Tail^ ♦uninnaa ut ta i it i ai t n t»i»a t ii n 11    i    taut : Fancy    a    .t Lump COAL! •    Now i.s the season to i»lat:e your ord**rs'forr(jrtHt    ► !    We handle the South McAlester, lionr.Vett* ami    J Coalgab’, Fancy Lump 0»al and can tiU yohr-or    ♦ dors on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered    X .same day must be r*?veived by 4 *>'ckK‘k l>- rn.    ^ CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. Flioii^ Not 133 >*•111« I    I    ♦♦♦I......  1    -1111111* MMM MM mm The Ada National Bank TOW HOFE, Prfiidenlf    INO. L. BARRINGER; Vice PrtsidfM. FRANK JONES Caeliitr. ORVILLE SNEAD. As«t Cahier Capital Stock, - -Undivided Profits. .......$5u.O‘Hi.m* .........2<».-s    (Hi Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Grvcrn-cncnt on Town f/Ots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATK)N,:iM>. IT f. ;